• Report: #54968
Complaint Review:

John Craig Robert Hancock,

  • Submitted: Tue, April 29, 2003
  • Updated: Sat, December 15, 2007

  • Reported By:Aurora Colorado
John Craig Robert Hancock,
P.O. Box 370634 Denver, Colorado U.S.A.

Homestuffers, United Homeworkers, John Craig, Robert Hancock ripoff, scam, liars, fake, fraud, slimeball swindlers Denver Colorado

*Consumer Suggestion: yes its old but its common sense

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Hello everyone. I observed that there are several addresses for the same envelope stuffing scam. They claim to want you to stuff envelopes for lots of money per week, but require 25 bucks to get you started. They claim not to be a scam in the 3 poorly xeroxed papers sent to me, but they are.

You'd think that if they wanted to seem like a plausible business, they'd try to make the papers look more official and not like a cheap xerox made in the teacher's lounge of a community college after somebody spilled creamer on the copy machine glass! Seriously, the form you're supposed to "fill out" looks like it was made as part of a 7th grader's art assignent that got a C minus; unfortunately, people who are blinded by optimism too often overlook look such indications and send their cash, hoping for the best. Please don't be fooled!

I've noticed the same materials being offered from addresses in Alabama and other places. John Craig and Robert Hancock are more than likely fictitious names, and the pictures provided are more than likely the generic kind you find when you buy portrait frames, or get from a real estate agents when they send you those notepads with their ugly mug on them. So don't blame them, they're like Keyser Soze!

Good luck everyone, and invest your money in something real, not something that promises instant riches. Thanks!

Aurora, Colorado

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

yes its old but its common sense

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

Yes I rellize the report is old, but its common sense that 'enevelope stuffing' has always been a known scam and a fake way to do stuff.

1. Nobody would ever pay you anything to stuff enevvelopes for any amt of $$.
At my previous employer we had a multimillion dollar printer/stuffer that would stuff many thousands of envelopes a second.
These machines will even stamp and seal the enevelope.

Reality is whether cheap or pricey, the machines are there to do this kind of work, and for nearly 100 years+ have always been cheaper than human labor.
And getting cheaper as time goes on.

Fact is its super super super cheap for companies to autostuff their own.
And even small companies can do it on the cheap with $100 printers that will do all but staple or lick.

To even think it can be a oppportunity is pretty stupid as with todays technology its so easy to research this kind of scam.

Also, in this scam, what they usually send you is info on how to scam others.
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